19 June 2014
Ibis Hotel, 3 Cardington Street, London NW1 2LW
A one day conference, including lunch and networking opportunities, taking an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities faced when using library footage in the 21st Century
KNOW YOUR FOOTAGE RIGHTS
Where are we at with proposed UK copyright reform? What's the international perspective? Do you know what changes could mean for you and your job? Is it business as usual for the audiovisual archive business? What about 3rd party and underlying rights when using footage? Our experts are on hand to clear the minefield!
0900 for 0930 Registration
0930-0945 Sue Malden – FOCAL International Chair will welcome and introduce the day.
0945-1115 INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT LAW
Hubert Best - FOCAL International Secretary and Legal Advisor/ENN will give an overview of international Copyright Law for the 21st Century, current legislation and best practice for all those involved in the production and use of content and moving images. This will be followed by an explanation of the current position on copyright reform in the UK and Europe and its impact on commercial audiovisual archives.
1200-1330 UNDERLYING AND 3RD PARTY RIGHTS
Dealing with underlying rights and 3rd party rights in practice – clearing and paying for artistes at home and abroad, sports rights, format rights, music clearances (recording rights, publishing and Musician’s Union) etc
Moderator: Sue Malden
Karen Ghai: Copyright/Rights Clearance Consultant artist format rights and overseas
Ivan Chandler: An amusing tour around music copyright
Hubert Best, FOCAL International Secretary and Legal Advisor/ENN
PITCHING AN ARCHIVE BASED PROGRAMME
Burning with ideas for using archive or stock footage? How do you pitch to the commissioners? What will grab their attention?
1430-1545 GETTING YOUR ARCHIVE BASED PROGRAMMES SEEN
Richard Melman, Managing Director, Spring Films, will give an overview of the process of a recently commissioned archive based programme which obtained international funding partners. Simon Raikes, Commissioner Channel 5 and Chris Thompson, Executive Producer, TVT will discuss their programme What the Dambusters Did Next.
1545-1615 Afternoon Tea
1615-1630 CASE STUDY OF PITCHING AN ARCHIVE BASED PROGRAMME
Richard Melman will give a case study of recent winner Meghan Horvath, of the FOCAL International Archive Pitching competition.
1630-1645 TIPS FOR PITCHING - Sue Malden and Richard Melman will give handy tips when pitching an archive based programme.
1645-1700 ROUNDUP OF THE DAY – Sue Malden